Again, I was not a big Romney fan. I always thought he was a RINO and always will be. But let's look at the last election from a private industry point of view.<quoted text>
You guys underestimate those who threw out Romney as a worthless candidate (yes even those who were the "anybody but ROmney" crowd) and you underestimate those voters who wanted a second Obama term.
Continuing to dump on the electoriate isn't helpful but, in my humble opinion, you should be dumping on ROmney who was slated by the fux bobbleheads, etc. to be sailing into the White House on his dancing horse.
How did that work out for you folks and the issues?
You have a company CEO who has a four year contract so he virtually can't be fired. Now his contract is up, and it's up to the company to renew it for another four years.
Looking at his past record, he made the company less credit worthy. No new employment was gained and in fact, people had to get laid off. He inflicted massive debt and insists it's the last CEO's fault right up to the fourth year. His lies about what he planned on doing with the company are countless, and now places the current company woes on the people in the company board.
So it's renew his contract for another four years, or a new applicant for the job that was quite successful in his life. A man who never smoked, took a drink, never was involved in illegal narcotics unlike the current CEO who admitted to such illegal activity. You're not sure about him, but given the two choices, which is the smart one?